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On UN stage, Iran leader rejects nuclear charges

UNITED NATIONS – Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Monday rejected allegations his country is developing nuclear weapons, saying Washington has offered not "a single credible proof."

In the first day of a monthlong conference reviewing the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty, Ahmadinejad dismissed charges that Tehran's uranium enrichment program is designed to produce bombs, long-standing suspicions that are leading the U.S. and others to seek another round of U.N. economic sanctions against Iran.

Addressing delegations of 189 treaty nations, the Iranian leader denounced the Obama administration's refusal to rule out the use of U.S. nuclear weapons.


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